Name: neemug (Posted: 1/15/2004 10:36:00 PM)
Summary: Real Gully
Comment: Yo, Zone is one of the most funniest cats out there, and he speaks the truth. You play this song in your car, makes you feel a little better about your car. Real dope.
Name: urb420 (Posted: 11/9/2003 12:19:00 AM)
Summary: Some Real Sh*t
Comment: The beat isn’t the greatest, but finally an emcee spitting about real sh*t. Not everybody drives a Bentley and rocks icey chains. This n*gga is spitting the real sh*t! Keep it up J-Zone.
Name: djroach (Posted: 11/3/2003 2:49:00 PM)
Summary: Hilarious Rhymes, Another Unbelivably Funky J-zone Track
Comment: Judging from the comments, you'll either love this beat, or find it annoying. I love it. Crazy samples propel the off-kilter track, and J-Zone definitely comes correct with the lyrics about his '93 Mazda Protege. Fake it til ya make it!
Name: kewell (Posted: 10/14/2003 12:30:00 PM)
Summary: Did J-zone Produced This?
Comment: First time I heard this beat I thought it was terrible and after hearing it many times I still think it is bad... maybe his worst beat ever with "Primadonna" and "Steady Hoggin'"
Name: Kazimierz (Posted: 10/8/2003 3:47:00 PM)
Comment: In an industry of egotists, this self mockery is a welcomed break. Great production combined with witty and humorous lyrics = excellent track.
Name: kineticmindz (Posted: 8/28/2003 5:00:00 AM)
Comment: The lyrics go with the theme. But the beat is garbage. It sounds like the producer just gave up on the beat and just threw some sounds in it and told J-Zone to ryhme. But really, the beat is garbage and I dont care if people say it's different.
Name: Mista Jonez (Posted: 7/31/2003 6:42:00 AM)
Summary: 5 Star General
Comment: J is ultra creative on the beat tip and got the lyrics to go!
|Name: Decypher25 (Posted: 7/28/2003 5:18:00 PM)|
Comment: The “Old Maid Billionaire” from Jamaica, Queens drops another raw 12-inch delight. “5 Star Hooptie” features a bumpin’ track, complete with his obnoxious rhyme style. Describing his cheapskate lifestyle by paying homage to his broke down ride, J-Zone strays off the Escalade trend that’s commonly heard on the airwaves. As one of the few artists out there that can deliver rhymes and produce at the same time, J-Zone still has an upper hand with his incredible production.
Name: mecbar (Posted: 6/29/2003 11:48:00 AM)
Summary: Great Concept
Comment: J-Zone comes through with a single destined to blow up. Great concept, great beat, and ill story telling skills.
Name: sammy the pollo killer (Posted: 6/28/2003 1:40:00 PM)
Summary: Poo Pimpin To The Next Level
Comment: Production is always crisp and with lyrical skills to back it. Always keeps it real (94 Saturn with sprinkler hard water stains!).
Name: magnetox18 (Posted: 6/25/2003 8:08:00 AM)
Summary: I Don't Have A Car But J-zone Feels That Void...
Comment: The production is good. J-zone always provides something different production-wise. Very refreshing and what we need more in hip-hop.
Name: KetchupSamurai (Posted: 6/21/2003 9:06:00 PM)
Summary: Rollin In 0.0
Comment: J-Zone breaks it down for us real people. The heads that roll in a Taurus, Escort, Tempo, Chevet, etc, you know, anything still with a year of 80-something. Dope track but coming from J-Zone that is normal.
Name: Keymaster (Posted: 6/19/2003 5:07:00 AM)
Summary: He Can Do Better
Comment: Man, I hate this beat (I used to love J-Zone), he can do much better.